EVA Laminated Glass

EVA laminated glass is a laminated glass with EVA film sandwiched between two glass sheets. With its hydrophobic nature and edge stability, E.V.A, Ethylene-vinyl acetate is the latest safety glass innovation.

What is EVA Laminated Glass

With less glass haze and more light transmission than Sentryglas

With its hydrophobic nature and edge stability, E.V.A, Ethylene-vinyl acetate is the latest safety glass innovation.

EVA interlayers are high in moisture resistance and can be used in both external and internal glazed applications when the edges are exposed. EVA adheres to glass and other materials better than PVB and is available in many colours making it the ultimate selection when design innovations are required. EVA combines distinctive products such as fabrics, paper, decorative wire mesh, printed PET films, and photovoltaic cells (solar panels) in the glass build-up.  EVA is combined in our PurSwitch™ laminate with a PDLC film providing switchable privacy glass.

EVA laminated glass

Benefits of EVA Laminated Glass

Why choose EVA laminated glass
An evolution of clear glass lamination from PVB to EVA. Developed in 1927, PVB is still found in architectural drawings. Learn more below about how laminated glass is assessed and why EVA interlayer is now considered a better design choice. In a head-to-head laminated glass comparison, EVA is the superior product. EVA surpasses visual standards while withstanding the stresses of temperature, moisture, radiation, and mechanical stress.

less glass haze

Better transparency, glass clarity, or “optics” is mainly defined as less haze. Haze is the amount of light that goes through the glass, but that is transmitted in a fuzzy way. Glass laminated with EVA has better optics with a haze value of .05% when compared to a PVB haze value of .13%

more light transmission

Light transmittance is the % of visible light that goes through glass and a second way to measure its transparency. EVA Clear Inter-layer has higher light transmittance at 91%, compared to PVB’s 89% light transmittance.


EVA laminated glass offers high UV protection, blocking 99% of UV rays with proper thickness application.


With 3x’s higher adhesion than PVB laminated glass, EVA laminated glass is the ideal product for glass that will undergo mechanical stress and fatigue, such as doors, stairs, or exterior facades.

EVA Laminated Glass Technical Specifications

Applications, Production Capacity & Considerations

EVA Laminate is the best choice for art-glass applications.

With EVA lamination, added interlayer options include transparent color filmsfabrics, and metallic inserts. Turn non-traditional materials like fabric or mesh into a pane of safety glass. Permanently transform materials by encapsulating them between glass sheets, then use this EVA laminated composite glass in any application where a traditional, safety-glass product would apply.


  • Sloped glazing
  • Atriums and skylights/canopies
  • Railings
  • Storefronts exposed to sunlight


  • Jewellery showcases, museum or exhibition halls
  • Glass partitions 
  • Residential glass doors & windows
  • Internal glass balustrades

EVA interlayers:

  • Clear EVA
  • Tinted EVA
  • Coloured EVA 


  • 6mm to 100mm  


  • Clear, ultraclear(low-iron), tinted
  • Low-e, reflective

  • Can be used in external, exposed-edge applications
  • Customizable- add materials in the build-up

  • Minimum Size: 300 x 300mm
  • Maximum Size: 3660 x 18000mm

America Standards:

  • CAN/CGSB 2 12.1 classe 1 et 2. – Safety or Laminated Glass
  • ASTM C1172 – Standard Specification for Laminated Architectural Flat Glass
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1201 classe 1 et 2 – Safety Standard for Architectural Glazing Materials

Australian Standards:

  • AS 1288 Glass in buildings – Selection and installation
  • AS/NZ 2208 Safety glazing materials in buildings
  • AS 4666 Insulating glass units
  • AS/NZS 4667 Quality requirements for cut-to-size and processed glass
  • AS 1170 Wind & Structural Design Actions

British & European Standards:

BS EN ISO 12543: Glass in building - Laminated glass and laminated safety glass

  • Part 1: Definitions and description of component parts
  • Part 2: Laminated safety glass
  • Part 3: Laminated glass
  • Part 4: Test methods for durability
  • Part 5: Dimensions and edge finishing
  • Part 6: Appearance

BS EN 14449: Glass in building - Laminated glass and laminated safety glass - Evaluation of conformity/Product standard

BS EN 12600: Glass in building – Pendulum test – Impact test method and classification for flat glass

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